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Mamas & Papas Trekker Car Seat - Grey or Pink £28.49 instore/online @ Argos

£28.49 @ Argos
Reserve online and collect instore to buy at this price Has very good reviews Group 2 to 3. Suitable for child weighing 15 to 36kg (4 to 11 years). Forward facing. Fits front and rear seats. …
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[mod] 7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Reserve online and collect instore to buy at this price

Has very good reviews

Group 2 to 3.
Suitable for child weighing 15 to 36kg (4 to 11 years).
Forward facing.
Fits front and rear seats.
Compatible with 3 point seat belts.
Side impact protection.
Head support.
Spacious lightweight seat.
Converts to a booster seat.
Machine washable cover.
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[mod] 1 Like #1
Pink Link HERE

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#2
Thats a good price..

These are around £35.00 from the M&P clearance store in Huddersfield!

Have some rep!

Rick
#3
The description for this seat is wrong. It is NOT compatible with a lap belt. All 2/3 seats are only compatible with three point seat belts. Using this with a lap belt only is likely to be lethal in an accident. Unforgiveable mistake on Argos's part.
[mod]#4
VDisillusioned
The description for this seat is wrong. It is NOT compatible with a lap belt. All 2/3 seats are only compatible with three point seat belts. Using this with a lap belt only is likely to be lethal in an accident. Unforgiveable mistake on Argos's part.


Thanks; I've deleted that bit out of the description
1 Like #5
Great price, cheers for posting Andy, hot
#6
My son is only 3 but in the right weight range, do you think he'd be able to use one of these yet?
#7
I'd have thought so. Weight/size is more important than age.
#8
fruityloops
My son is only 3 but in the right weight range, do you think he'd be able to use one of these yet?


If you have a five point harness group 1 type seat then you are best using it until your child has outgrown it.

In the event of an accident. the five point harness in a group 1 seat will restrain the child much better than the three point belt fitted to the car which is what you use with a group 2 type.

http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/types/index.htm is helpful but fails to mention the safest types of seat for up to fives which are the rear facing seats popular in Scandinavia. See here http://www.rearfacing.co.uk/ for details.
#9
fruityloops
My son is only 3 but in the right weight range, do you think he'd be able to use one of these yet?


Please use a 5 point harness seat - we only just changed over to a three point with our 5 year old (she was a little big for the 5 point but not dangerously so) and tbh you can see a huge reduction in security! We paid £50 for a seat that was last years colours so half price at Halfords!
#10
Good price for a good car seat :thumbsup:
#11
ollyk
Please use a 5 point harness seat - we only just changed over to a three point with our 5 year old (she was a little big for the 5 point but not dangerously so) and tbh you can see a huge reduction in security! We paid £50 for a seat that was last years colours so half price at Halfords!


Thanks. Yes, I will leave him in his seat, it still fits and don't need to hurry him along and he's quite happy in it!
#12
fruityloops
Thanks. Yes, I will leave him in his seat, it still fits and don't need to hurry him along and he's quite happy in it!


I have this seat, and my son is 3. We changed him from his 5 point harness seat a while ago, as he was so big that the armstraps werent long enough for him, and kept slipping down so they were usually around his elbows! He is very tall for his age, but he was the correct weight, so we changed his seat.

If you have the choice I would recommend buying the Graco seat that is similar to this one, as it is much better quality. I have both and I was very disappointed with the quality of this seat, given that it is Mamas and Papas, I expected it to be better built, rather than, poor quality moulded plastic, with a cover on it, no padded seat, and the fitting of the seat part to the back part is very poor.
#13
These get VERY VERY poor safety ratings. I'd personally Avoid it.
#14
These get VERY VERY poor safety ratings. I'd personally Avoid it


I personally got a Concord Evo Lift PT a few years ago for my eldest and it is about a million times better than any other booster seat I've seen - incredibly strong. They are made by a German firm and cost around £90-100 (think Halfords stock them) but I got my second one for £55 off Ebay as it was last season's colours. They would easily accommodate even the sturdiest or tallest 9 yr old. The reason I thought I'd mention them is because they nearly always come out top in safety tests.
#15
Heat added well pleased with this picked it up today :thumbsup:

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